7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
CODA – a Tribute to Led Zeppelin are Europe’s most authentic and exciting Led Zeppelin tribute band, paying homage to the world’s most influential and successful rock band ever! This show features an incredible recreation of Led Zeppelin in their prime, featuring amazing replica costumes and instruments that will take you back in time to the early 70s.
Featuring all the classic Led Zeppelin songs such as ‘Whole Lotta Love’, ‘Stairway to Heaven’, ‘Rock and Roll’, ‘Black Dog’, as well as Led Zeppelin live rarities such as ‘When the Levee Breaks’, ‘Ramble On’, ‘Wanton Song’ and more, CODA – a Tribute to Led Zeppelin have got it all covered.
Formed by four musicians with a love of, and dedication to, the music of Led Zeppelin, this is no parody or ego trip, just an honest and true representation of the music of the greatest rock band ever, Led Zeppelin, performed live on stage with no tricks, backing tracks or safety net!
If you like your Led Zeppelin tribute band with big hair, all the stage moves and excitement of the original band, an incredible attention to detail unrivalled by any other Led Zeppelin tribute band, a singer with all the range and power of Robert Plant, a guitarist with all the riffs and groove of Jimmy Page, a drummer with all the feel and power of John Bonham and a multi-instrumental bassist like John Paul Jones, this is the Led Zeppelin tribute band for you!
Tickets for this concert are £21.50 in advance/£25 on the door.
Please note there are no physical tickets for this concert. When you book online your name is added to an attendee list that is used at the venue on the night of the performance.
Venue: St Mary Magdalene Church, Cobham
This Grade I listed church, which dates from the mid 13th Century, overlooks the street in the centre of our village. The medieval architecture provides a spectacular backdrop to our musical events. The chancel contains an internationally famous collection of medieval brasses commemorating the de Cobham family.
The church is open daily during daylight hours and is well worth a visit in its own right together with the adjacent medieval College which was built by the de Cobham for the priests, who were appointed to say masses for the family members buried in the church.